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Introduced in 1994, the 350 is fairly recent model and is not a reissue of any previous model.  Rickenbacker calls it a "vintage stylization" of the mid-1960s 325 made famous by John Lennon.  In fact, the 350V63 is essentially a 325V63 with a trapeze tail and standard Ric scale length (24 3/4") in place of the super short 20 3/4" scale.  This guitar is perfect for players who find the 325's scale too short (along with its associated tuning instability), but who want a vintage 325 type of guitar.

RICKENBACKER 350V63  (March 1999)


Body:  Semi-hollow; maple

Finish:  Black ("Jetglo"), conversion varnish

Neck:  Maple, set-in

Fingerboard:  African rosewood, pearloid dot markers

Number of Frets:  21

Pickguard:  1-ply white acrylic

Bridge:  Tune-a-matic style with trapeze tailpiece

Nut:  Plastic

Tuners:  Ric/Schaller "Kluson Deluxe" style, enclosed, nickel

Pickups:  Three, Rickenbacker "toaster" single coil

Controls:  Volume and tone for each pickup, blend control, 3-way pickup selector switch

Scale Length:  24 3/4 inches

Neck Width at Nut:  1 5/8 inches

Body Width at Lower Bout:  12 3/4 inches

Body Depth:  1 1/2 inches

Weight:  n/a 












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